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Simmba is a movie starring Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, and Sonu Sood. Simmba, a Corrupt Officer, enjoys all the perks of being an immoral and unethical police officer until a life-changing event forces him to choose the righteous...

Action, Drama, Comedy
Rohit Shetty
Sonu Sood, Ashutosh Rana, Sara Ali Khan, Ranveer Singh

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Genres Action, Drama, Comedy
Director Rohit Shetty
Writer Yunus Sajawal, Farhad Samji, Vakkantham Vamsi, Sajid, Puri Jagannadh
Stars Sonu Sood, Ashutosh Rana, Sara Ali Khan, Ranveer Singh
Country India
Runtime 2 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Simmba, a Corrupt Officer, enjoys all the perks of being an immoral and unethical police officer until a life-changing event forces him to choose the righteous path.

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Friday, 22 May 2020 11:08

Following the lead of four other Korean movies from the 1980s, Seoul Heart (1977) makes it's debut here, by playing with the "Heroine" genre, with the female protagonist needing to overcome all the obstacles she encounters in the name of "equality" to regain her respect from her ex-husband and father of her young son. After some unexpected events, she does. While it is not a very entertaining movie, it does feature a bit of humor and interesting characterizations, including a loving father-figure figure (Keun-su) who can't keep his hands off his "chick" and her two young sons, plus an action-heroic attitude of Kim Young-yeon and Lee Myung-soo who are the film's highlights. The film is well-made, though the plot takes a little while to unfold, especially in the beginning. Kim Young-yeon and Lee Myung-soo are well cast, but the weak links are the two actors playing the two main characters (the kid who is conceived out of wedlock and is ignored by his father, the handsome hunky doctor who treats his mother with contempt and contempt itself, and the vain old doctor who sleeps with his wife and her mistress, all while talking about the importance of having a family and what a "nobody" is) and the under-written love story between Kim and his girlfriend (Ji-hyun). The final result is somewhat melodramatic, though the film manages to deliver one of the best Korean action-comedies in the 1980s. Of note: it's the only Korean movie from the early 1980s to have the name "The Heroine" in the title. It's definitely worth a look, but only if you are willing to put up with the occasional hard-to-follow storyline. Rated: R for strong violence, language and adult themes.
Tuesday, 14 Apr 2020 08:20

A Nigerian prince who stole the royal treasury from the King has been captured and is now in the possession of a powerful group of thieves led by their henchman Tiberius (a wonderfully vile Dervas). In order to keep the prince from escaping he is taken to a remote monastery on the outskirts of Rome, and is kept there by the mysterious priest Arianus (a believable portrayal of the social and moral ambiguity of a Latin priest). The thieves are enamored of the prince, and want to kill him so they can retrieve the stolen treasure. When the priests discover that the prince is in fact a prisoner he and the thieves find a way to free him. Now the prince is about to be released, but a powerful Roman senator is determined to have him killed and any remaining treasure returned. While the thieves try to escape Arianus has also broken out and is intent on killing them, for he is sure that the prince will kill them. The church has commissioned the priest to take the prince out of the monastery and to put him in a church for safekeeping. As the thieves continue to try to escape Tiberius has his men arrest Arianus and take him to the cathedral, where the Roman senator is waiting for him. He is ready to kill the prince but is surprised when Arianus uses a holy water that he is carrying as a means of death. He is saved and is released from the monastery to return to Rome. The thieves are released and the prince is reunited with his friends. "Muvdo" is a bizarre comedy with a variety of characters and situations, but none of them can seem to be the central character. It's a strange situation but the movie manages to put together a functioning cast that gives the film a strange charm. Dervas is the only true star and he is given a surprising amount of screen time and he is just terrific. The others are just there to make the movie interesting and that's pretty much all they can be. But what really gets the film going is the unexpected guest star, former stuntman Gregorio Casanova. It's not as good as Dervas and he is overshadowed by the others but he gives it his best shot. Overall, "Muvdo" is an odd little film that shows that humor doesn't always have to be dark. The movie is far from perfect but it's certainly a good movie.

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